To find exactly the diamond you're looking for, use the sliders below to select the shape and then any of the 4Cs of quality or the price range you're interested in.
Shape. We specialize in all the standard diamond shapes, but contact us anytime for special or irregular shapes.
Color. In most diamonds, the term actually refers to the absence of color. The less color in the stone, the more desirable and valuable it is. Grades range from D, which is considered colorless to Z which is lightly colored.
Clarity. The amount, size and placement of internal 'inclusions,' and external 'blemishes.' Grades run from 'Flawless,' with virtually no imperfections, to 'Included,' which contain a significant number of imperfections.
Cut. Cut does not refer to a diamond's shape, but to the proportion and arrangement of its facets and the quality of workmanship. The amount of brilliance, sparkle and fire in a diamond is determined by cut. Grades range from 'Excellent' to 'Poor.'
Carat. Measure of a diamond's weight. Generally speaking, the higher the carat weight, the more expensive the stone. Two diamonds of equal carat weight, however, can have very different quality and price when the other three Cs are considered.
Price. Or set your price range and see what diamonds are available in that range.